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Carl Möhner ...
Peter
Mary Yeomans ...
Monica
Brian Phelan ...
Kevin
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Paul
Howard Greene ...
Raymond
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Mr. Marango
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Michael
Scot Finch ...
Hans
Gertan Klauber ...
Gaston
Martin Boddey ...
Max
Sean Lynch ...
Dimitri
Josef Behrmann ...
Magi
George Eugeniou ...
Nick
Frank Pettitt ...
Frank
Charles Lloyd Pack ...
Chef
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...where life simmers and sometimes boils over!

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August 1961 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Amíg az utolsó vendég elmegy  »

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The first feature of James Bolam. See more »

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Something's Cooking'
written by Les Vandyke
performed by Adam Faith
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Misplaced confidence in the notion of working man art.
10 January 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

The experiment of ACT films - movies made with the British Film Union as producer - was an honorable one but not all that likely to succeed.

This is one of their better ventures - an adaptation of the hit Arnold Wesker play which wowed audiences with the set piece rush hour in the cafe kitchen scene. This one doesn't register anywhere near as well though there are moments like Bolan's Broom dance.

The impulse to put British working class life on the screen is undermined by the artificiality of British film making of the day, itself under fire with films like ROOM AT THE TOP and KNAVE OF HEARTS. The excursion into London West End scenics only makes the rest seem false. A familiar face cast get some of their best opportunities and some take advantage of them.


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